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The new trends of regional integration are discussed through the context of post-globalization. Marked out the most significant changes in its direction and forms of manifestation. Noted the contradictory nature of the existing integration processes: expansion of existing and emergence of new large-scale integration blocks along with this clustered localization of the participants within existing regional entities and the increase in the number of bilateral agreements; the openness of regional entities for new participants and at the same time the exclusive formation of closed structures. Highlighted the formation of especially large transcontinental trade and investment agreements, which can become a new form of post-global regionalism.

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N A Navrotskaya

University of Customs and Finance

N U Sopilko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

M V Kovalchuk

University of Customs and Finance


Copyright (c) 2015 Навроцкая Н.А., Сопилко Н.Ю., Ковальчук М.В.

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